Buses to the Amex Football Stadium
Brighton & Hove Buses in association with other bus companies is pleased to be providing a network of bus routes serving the Amex Stadium on Brighton & Hove Albion match days.
Also note on non Albion matches and other events special buses are not always provided please check before travelling.
Your Albion match ticket/season ticket allows you to travel on Brighton & Hove buses to and from the match unless stated on the ticket that free travel is not valid. You just show your ticket to each driver on your way to the Stadium.
There are Park & Ride buses from Mill Road, Lewes Road (Mithras House) and Brighton Racecourse.
For matches with a 3pm* kick off the Park & Ride buses will start running at 12noon with last departures at 2.30pm. (For matches with a 7.45pm kick off buses will start running at 4.45pm with last departures at 7.15pm) This will give you plenty of time to sample all the facilities at the new Stadium. Buses will run regularly back to the Park & Ride sites after the match. Park & Ride services will only accept travel vouchers issued by the football club and national concessionary passes for travel. If you have any further queries regarding acceptance of tickets on the park & ride services, you can contact the club on email@example.com or 01273 878288.
* For matches that kick-off at 12.30pm the times of buses will be 2½ hours earlier than the above times and for matches that kick-off at 5.30pm the times of buses will be 2½ hours later than the above times.
For weekend or Bank Holiday home games kicking off at 3pm*, the bus and train services will be available to Albion fans between 11.30am and 9pm; for midweek matchdays the service can be used between 4.15pm and 12 midnight. Those fans travelling from outside of the zone should purchase a ticket to the relevant station on the boundary.
On request of the football club we are only supplying buses for the Official Park & Ride sites at Mill Road, Mithras House and Brighton Racecourse.
Fans travelling to the stadium for Championship League games can use their match day tickets to travel on our extensive network of services on match days.
Any queries about the bus services being provided should be directed to the Football club.
More information about the changes here.
Route 23 provides a convenient link for people living in Whitehawk and Kemp Town (from Whitehawk just catch a 1 or 1A down to Eastern Road).
Route 25 for people in the city centre and central Hove runs direct to the Stadium every few minutes.
Routes 28/29 for people from Lewes and north as far as Crowborough, buses stop at Falmer Station.